As local residents and business owners blame the International Joint Commission’s Plan 2014 for extensive flooding around the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario, the IJC looks into an early review of the plan.
On Chicago’s Northerly Island, a conflict exists between urban developments and nature, and the supporters of each.
Rights of Nature, while still struggling to get a foothold in the U.S. and Great Lakes area, has been gaining popularity much quicker overseas.
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Ports abound throughout the Great Lakes, welcoming vacationers from the United States and further abroad.
Great Lakes bats have taken a big hit over the past decade, with some species reduced by as much as 90 percent. The cause? A wasting disease called white-nose syndrome.
Senators, shippers and industries are pushing for another Great Lakes icebreaker but federal funding might prove a barrier.
Erosion created a gap beneath Line 5 in the Straits of Mackinac that’s wider than allowed under an agreement with the state of Michigan, Enbridge Inc. said Wednesday.
The National Wildlife Federation piloted a program in Toledo, Ohio, that provides funding and support to houses of worship interested in creating native plant gardens within their communities.
“Heart of the Lakes” is just the latest book from Dave Dempsey that explores the importance of the Great Lakes, its history and what we need to do to preserve it.